A far left-wing extremist using their artwork and a pseudonym associated with a Rolling Stone and Playboy journalist has made serious threats to use muriatic acid to attack conservatives at the upcoming Demand Free Speech rally on July 6 in Washington DC, according to a Big League Politics report.
The user “POUND ON YOUR BOY” wrote on a popular right-wing Telegram channel “I just want to toss as many balloons of Muriatic acid in the faces as many Proud Boys I can [sic],” prompting event co-organizer Enrique Tarrio to contact the FBI and DHS, who will now assist with security at the event.
“I just want to blind as many of you cock suckers are possible [sic],” said the user, adding “We already have the Muriatic acid, wax, and balloons.”
Tarrio told BLP that the threat is particularly dangerous because of the use of wax.
Muriatic acid can be purchased in virtually any pool store or home improvement store, and is already dangerous on its own with the ability to cause minor burns, but can quickly be washed off with water. By combining the muriatic acid with wax, it will immediately form a film similar to candle wax on the injured person’s skin.
Tarrio explains that this could allow the burn to become severe, and even lead to the wax and acid entering the injured person’s blood stream and causing cardiac arrest.
“It starts with milkshakes, then it escalates to what happened to Andy Ngo” said Tarrio – referring to the conservative journalist who was brutally attacked during a demonstration in Portland, Oregon last weekend. “and now they’re threatening us with acid attacks,” Tarrio continued. “All because we want to defend free speech in Washington, D.C.”
“We will not be intimidated with these tactics of fear and fascism. We will celebrate our First Amendment without apology.”
“POUND ON YOUR BOY” was created by Rolling Stone and Playboy journalist Fagan Kuhnmuench, who according to BLP, has written in support of Antifa quite a lot.
Free art. Share widely. pic.twitter.com/0g0HzGjcVY
— gnarlyheadache 🇵🇸🇮🇪 (@gnarlyheadache) May 21, 2019
Kuhnmuench told Big League Politics via Twitter DM that he didn’t make the threats over Telegram, and that he doesn’t have a Telegram account. And while he encouraged people to use his art, Kuhnmuench had no explanation for why someone would use his pseudonym.
This information has been forwarded to the FBI.
Please help keep this site running. Your donation is greatly appreciated:
Milne News is committed to bringing you the facts raw, real and truthfully. No BS.
Every contribution, big or small, counts. Help us keep reporting the truth that other media won’t, and bring you what’s really happening in our world. Your contribution will help us continue the great work we do and stay online. Any donation is greatly appreciated:
Paypal accepts: Paypal balance as well as all major credit cards from Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
Via Stripe: any kind of credit or debit card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club. (NO SIGN UP REQUIRED)
Thank you for your support.
Also, get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox for free every day by signing up below.
Having problems finding a source for real news links in real time, click on Whatfinger.com. Visit, bookmark and share this resource and then tell your friends and family.